Chase Staheli received his M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2018 from Arizona State University. He became a BCBA in 2018 and was Licensed by the state of Arizona in 2019. Chase found his passion for working with individuals with disabilities and/or special needs by tutoring students who were considered lower track through the Salvation Army in 2014. From there, he discovered the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. His experience has varied from providing direct treatment across school, home, and clinic settings. Chase’s experience has primarily been working with individuals ages 3-11 years old and teaching skill acquisition while implementing behavior reduction goals.
Chase enjoys watching and playing sports, exercising, and spending time with his friends and family.